Tennis Scandal Doesn't Have to End Like Cycling's
We may never find out whether some of the players in the 2016 Australian Open are guilty of throwing matches. Tennis's governing authorities deny allegations that they have ignored widespread match-fixing. But the self-immolation of cycling, soccer and other sports shows that denial and obfuscation are the wrong way to deal with accusations of impropriety.
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